Andy Murray is making progress since the hip injury he underwent after the Australian Open in order not to feel pain anymore on court and off-court too. Murray is training again, but he is going step by step and his comeback to the singles competition seems to be unlikely in the short term.
However, according to Marca the former world No. 1 may play doubles in both Queen's and Wimbledon with his brother Jamie, who is currently partnering up with Bruno Soares. Meanwhile, Murray's coach Jamie Delgado became the on-site representative for relations with players.
Delgado said: “I’m really looking forward to following in Andre’s footsteps. Having spent 24 years on the international tennis circuit as a player and now as a coach, I know many of us have had questions and opinions about the sport that haven’t always been heard in the past.
Both Rennae Stubbs and I will be working to ensure the ITF hears the thoughts of the players, coaches, agents, and all those who live and breathe the sport, and only want what’s best for it”. ITF President, David Haggerty said: “It is vitally important that the ITF has direct contact with players to properly understand their views and be able to clearly communicate our vision and objectives with them.
As a top junior, professional singles and doubles player, Davis Cup competitor and coach at the highest level, Jamie will provide invaluable insight and knowledge. We look forward to working with Jamie and Rennae and would also like to thank Andre Sa for his excellent contribution over the past year”.